[Olsr-users] Printing a List of One-Hop Neighbors/Starting Out With Plugins
Sun Apr 10 18:06:49 CEST 2016
have a look at the README files of the txtinfo or jsoninfo plugins:
On Sun, Apr 10, 2016 at 5:00 PM, James K <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I apologize if this is a trivial question, but after reading all the
> tutorials I could find several times, I am still at a loss. I am trying to
> write a simple program or plugin that will print a list of one-hop olsrd
> neighbors (so I can save it to a text file or pipe it to another program).
> Are plugins the correct way to do this or is there a simpler way? Can
> someone tell me how to set it up, or if that's too much, point me towards a
> tutorial that will teach me what I need to know?
> The only tutorials I could find:
> http://www.olsr.org/?q=txtinfo_plugin <- Assumes plenty of prior knowledge.
> This plugin seems like it might do what I want, but after investing a
> significant amount of time trying to make it work, I am still clueless on
> how to get it running with olsrd or, even if I could make it run, on how to
> recompile it after modifying the source.
> http://www.olsr.org/docs/olsrd-plugin-howto.html <- A bit difficult for me
> to follow...The example case doesn't give the source for the example (only
> has broken links to the source, and the github doesn't have the source file
> it talks about...I think it might also be extremely out of date based on the
> "2004" at the bottom of the page!)
> I sincerely apologize for asking such basic questions on this list, but I'm
> at a complete loss on how to get started with OLSR plugins (if plugins are
> even the correct answer to this problem).
> Thanks in advance for your help and patience!
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